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The process of hedonic adaptation can be minimized, if not eliminated.
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... also referred to as hedonic treadmill, is defined as "the observed tendency of humans to quickly return to a relatively stable level of happiness despite major positive or negative events or life changes" - Positive Psychology Program.
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People become used to whatever changes are causing their increase in happiness. Over time, the initial excitement of the thing that happened wears off with a return to the "set level of happiness."
Someone who undergoes a positive experience with desirable offshoots can shift their levels o...
Critics view the hedonic adaptation tendency as a generalization that fails to take potentially shifting factors into account.
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It is the tendency to go back to your normal level of happiness after a positive or a negative event.
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Hedonic adaptation refers to people’s common tendency to return to a determined level of happiness regardless of life’s ups and downs.
Hedonic adaptation is often referred to as “the hedonic treadmill” because we always end up where we started.
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Happiness is when a person feels satisfaction, contentment, and elation in their life. It is a fulfilling feeling to have despite it having varying definitions.
The term is generally used to explain one's present moment or how they feel about their life in a broad sense. P...
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